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- Bet365 scored higher in 9 areas: Overall Rating, Career Opportunities, Compensation & Benefits, Work-life balance, Senior Management, Culture & Values, CEO Approval, % Recommend to a friend and Positive Business Outlook.
What Employees Say
- "Flexible working hours" was the most mentioned Pro at William Hill.
- "Good salary" was the most mentioned Pro at Bet365.
- "Long hours" was the most mentioned Con at William Hill.
- "Team leaders" was the most mentioned Con at Bet365.
I have been working at Bet365 full-time for more than 3 years
Fantastic salary, regularly reviewed, and decent annual bonus. Recently-introduced Working From Home policy which allows flexibility to spend some time working away from the office (benefits to be... seen post-COVID!) Regular hot drinks delivered to your desk. Solid training for new starters with a 'buddy' approach. Complex, varied work with plenty of opportunity to learn new and transferrable skills. Great atmosphere with very little office politics or blame culture. Everyone is supportive and helpful, and there's no room for ego. As a woman in a tech role, can confirm this is a welcoming environment that doesn't allow for the machismo that some tech workplaces indulge. There's female representation and a decent gender balance at all levels of management.
Car park isn't big enough for volume of staff - people often have to turn up early to get a space and there isn't much free/cheap suitable alternative parking nearby. For those who travel by public... transport, access is decent with fairly regular buses. Might be good to offer a shuttle bus from Stoke/Hanley/Newcastle to allow staff to park at home or on other public car parks and then travel to the office together. Restaurant is good in that it's open 24/7 so even those in the business who work nights can get a meal, but food on offer is fairly average and monotonous, and prices don't seem to be subsidised much if at all. Although skills development on the job is good, there aren't many opportunities provided by the business to go on courses or gain qualifications - a bit of investment in this might be much appreciated.
Advice to Management
Please see above 'Cons' comments. Not much to work on but a few areas of improvement can be identified.